Directed by James M. Muro
In this gloriously oddball 1987 horror-comedy, a group of bums turn into blue blobs of rotted mush after drinking old booze, sold by a craven liquor store owner. Then Bronson, the psychotic veteran who rules their hobo camp, snaps and begins killing the derelicts at random. As the bodies pile up, two brothers realize they must stop both the booze and Bronson from wiping out their closest friends. Filled with hilariously messy gore gags designed to offend everyone (including an outrageous game of keepaway), STREET TRASH is a must-see for fans of Frank Henenlotter, William Lustig and Troma Entertainment. Contains strong language, sexual scenes, violence and gore.
A psychotic Vietnam vet and toxic booze threaten the lives of a group of homeless men.
Cast: Mike Lackey, Bill Chepil, Vic Noto
5 skulls simply for the scene where someone gets their johnson chopped off, and a bunch of homeless dudes toss it around like a football.
I was surprised the photography and effects were so good.
This is a low-brow exploitation flick filled with homicidal hobos and tainted liquor that turns anyone who drinks it into a painfully melted blob of liquified flesh, rubbery bones and putrid blue goo! If you like films like Hobo With A Shotgun, Braindead, and other gruesome grindhouse flix worth a laugh or two, then you'll have a good time with STREET TEASH!
i did not like this.
"don't drip on me!" lol ..this was perfect.